|People Rise Up - 4/5/06 - The Bush Agenda: Invading the World Once Economy At a Time - Andrew Geller|
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Keywords: bush; economy; iraq; bremer; coalition provisional authority; CPA; Bechtel; Halliburton; ChevronTexaco; Lockheed Martin; corporate globalization; oil; water; WTO; middle east free trade area; rumsfeld; cheney; wolfowitz; feith; zoellick
|Wendy Call, Reading: No Word for Welcome (book) - encuentro5|
Event introduced by Sergio Reyes (music), Sandra Harris (chair). Wendy Call reads from and discusses her book, No Word for Welcome: the Mexican Village Faces the Global Economy
Keywords: Wendy Call; Sergio Reyes; Sandra Ruiz Harris; corporate globalization; encuentro5; alternative economies; Americas; indigenous movements; Mexico; economic rights; global justice international solidarity; organizing; social movements; solidarity; strategy
|STOP the TPP & Corporate Globalization. Rally at PSU 1.31.14 Portland Oregon - Joe Anybody|
Jan. 31 Inter-Continental Day of Action against the TPP & Corporate Globalizationhttps://www.facebook.com/events/374314856046054/399794700164736/?notif_t=plan_mall_activityThis (same) video is also available on YouTube here:http://youtu.be/Tc75WWv5bPQDate: Friday, January 31, 2014Place: Across North AmericaNo more NAFTA — 20 Years is Enough!This is a call to action for communities throughout Mexico, Canada and the United States to join together on January 31, 2014, and say “ENOUGH!” to the...
Keywords: Joe Anybody; STOP the TPP; TPP; Portland; Rally; Protest; PSU; Jan 31 2014; Free Trade Area of the Americas; Corporate Globalization
|Local Living Economies|
Local Living Economies
Keywords: local; living; economies; business; movement; sustainable; globalization; global; corporate; srb; local living; living economies; corporate globalization; srb movement; white dog; sustainable global; responsible business; natural resources; global economy; dog cafe
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 4: Greed/Water - Free Speech TV|
Big business is turning off the tap....the global corporate/government effort to privatize water is causing suffering and violence around the world. Join Vandana Shiva, Tony Clarke, Maude Barlow, and activist group Public Citizen as they report from India, Bolivia, Canada....and neighborhoods like yours.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; privatization; corporate globalization; water; Vandana Shiva; Maude Barlow; Bolivia; RFK Jr; Robert F Kennedy Jr; Public Citizen; Thirst; Ed Sanders; Tony Clarke; Polaris
|People United - May 13, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features journalist P. Sainath on farmer suicides and their relation to India's neoliberal ecoomic reforms since 1991. He spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on April 6, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; P Sainath; Palagummi Sainath; The Hindu; India; neoliberalism; privatization; economic policies; farm crisis; farmer suicides; suicide rate; crime statistics; police statistics; farmer displacement; economic crisis; financial crisis; family farms; farms; agribusiness; banks; Wall Street; public space; private property; corporate globalization; monopoly capital; capitalism; government; land; agricultural laborers; history; current events
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 9: Proxy War - Free Speech TV|
When war-fighters are company men, can the government win a war? Bunnatine Greenhouse blows the whistle on Army Contracting procedures; Pratap Chaterjee on corporate abuse of international workers in this war; Halliburon Watch tells what you can do; Andrea Gibson performs a piece on a different proxy war.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; war; imperialism; corporate globalization; capitalism; war profiteering; proxy war; military contract; Army Corps of Engineers; Bunny Greenhouse; whistleblower; Pratap Chaterjee; CorpWatch; contractors; Iraq war; Deborah Avant; Ari Berman; The Nation; Halliburton; Halliburton Watch; KBR; Andrea Gibson; poetry
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|People United - July 1, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features coverage of the "International Solidarity Session," a workshop held this year as part of Abriendo Brecha VIII, the eighth annual activist scholarship conference sponsored by the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, University of Texas at Austin. Elizabeth Velasquez and Tane Ward facilitated the session, which took place at Pine Street Station in Austin, Texas, on February 19, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; international solidarity; anti-imperialist movement; social justice; social movements; liberation movements; foreign policy; empire; resistance; race; class; gender; West; Global South; First World; Third World; international relations; political alliances; capitalism; elites; masses; rich; poor; white people; people of color; men; women; power; privilege; subordination; charity; sustainability; paternalism; empowerment; sacrifice; economic relations; economic crisis; neoliberalism; austerity; corporate globalization; free trade; fair trade; International Monetary Fund; IMF; North American Free Trade Agreement; NAFTA; Central American Free Trade Agreement; CAFTA; United States; Washington; exploitation; freedom; war; peace; inequality; equality; mobilization; local; global; borders; history; current events
|People United - November 11, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about the issues being raised by the 2011 Women & Fair Trade Festival with Josefina Castillo of Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera, which is hosting the event in Austin, Texas, as well as with Rosalinda Santiz Diaz and Celerina Ruiz Nunez of la Cooperativa Jolom Mayetik, a project of Mayan women weavers in Chiapas, Mexico.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Women and Fair Trade; festival; Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera; Josefina Castillo; cooperativa; Jolom Mayetik; Rosalinda Santiz Diaz; Celerine Ruiz Nunez; Chiapas; Mexico; Mayan; Tzotzil; Tzeltal; indigenous; women; poverty; racism; empire; neoliberalism; corporate globalization; free trade; fair trade; economy; cooperative; community; artisan; producer; sovereignty; independence; rights; education; health; rural development; San Cristobal; movement; organizing; organization; Zapatista; EZLN; North America Fair Trade Agreement; NAFTA; Mexico Solidarity Network; Jason Wallach; World Trade Organization; Seattle; Occupy; Wall Street; history; current events